Academic advising in higher education today is a complex process requiring knowledge about the informational, relational, and conceptual components of advising. Advisors use specialized knowledge and skills to help their students achieve their educational goals while encouraging their behavioral and intellectual development. --- This quiz covers Quantitative Research.
Casual-Correlational Research
Survey Research, Correlational Research
Experimental Research, Single-Subject Research
Causal-Comparative Research
Narrative Research, Multiple-Subject Research
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A-B-C
A-B-A
A-B-A-B
Alternating Treatments
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Prediction studies
Pearson r and Spearman rho
Factorial Analysis
Curvilinear Relationship
Regression to the extreme
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Pre-experimental
Trend
Cohort
Reliable
Panel
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Retrospective and Prospective
Control Group
Organismic Variable
Mortality
T test and chi square
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Treatment Diffusion
Pre-test / Post-test control group
John Henry Effect
Placebo Effect
Longitudinal Survey
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History
Pretest Sensitization
Maturation
Eta coefficient
Instrumentation
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...includes questions unrelated to the purpose of the survey to disguise the survey's purpose.
...defines or explains ambiguous terms.
...is long enough for the survey-taker to become tired enough to answer questions honestly.
...organizes items from the general to the specific.
...tricks the survey-taker to answer honestly.
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The alternating treatment design involves the rapid alternation of treatments for the subject.
In Causal-Comparative research, matching is a technique for equating groups on one or more variables.
The term statistical significance indicates the probability that the results of the study would have occurred due to chance anyway.
Qualitative analysis is of higher Quality than Quantitative analysis.
Internal and External Validity is not a concern in Experimental Research designs because every aspect of the experiment is controlled for.
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False
Almost. Quantitative research also investigates the ultimate cause of the problem being studied in its own environment.
Quantitative - Qualitative... its all the same anyway.
Neither true nor false.
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